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Stage set for Women's showpiece

Colombo, Sri Lanka - It is hard to imagine an ICC event in the sub-continent with none of the Asian sides making it through to the semi-finals, but that is exactly what has happened at the ICC Women's World Twenty20 2012.

In the previous editions in 2009 and 2010, India was the sole Asian representative in the last four, but this time it became the only side to lose all its group stage matches. Sri Lanka and Pakistan did have some bright moments with upsets of West Indies and India respectively, but none of them were serious semi-final contenders.

Aguilleira: Taylor is a class act

GALLE, Sri Lanka – Merissa Aguilleira hailed star all-rounder Stafanie Taylor for her role in helping the West Indies Women’s team reach the semi-finals of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Tournament.

Taylor powers WI Women to WWT20 semi spot

GALLE, Sri Lanka – Stafanie Taylor underlined her all-round value to the West Indies Women, driving them into the semi-finals of the Women’s Twenty20 World Cup with a 10-wicket victory over South Africa Women in their final group match on Sunday.

WWT20: WI Women beat SA Women by 10 wickets

GALLE, Sri Lanka – West Indies Women beat South Africa Women by 10 wickets in their Group-B match of the Women’s Twenty20 World Cup on Sunday at the Galle International Stadium.

Windies Women advance to the semi-finals.

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Stafanie wants to be like Gayle

Galle, Sri Lanka – Stafanie Taylor made her debut for West Indies in 2008, at the tender age of 17. Four years on, she has graduated to become one of the best batters in the team, someone feared by opponents and immensely respected by team-mates.

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